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After a positive start to 2019, new motorcycle sales declined for the second consecutive month in June.
June returned the sixth consecutive month of growth for new Light Commercial Vehicles as registrations rose by 13.5% versus June 2018
Figures released by the National Caravan Council (NCC) show the volume of motorcaravans registered between January and April this year increased 4.7% compared to 2018, at 5,633 units.
Figures released by the National Caravan Council (NCC), show that holiday home manufacturers produced 8,997 units as of the end of May 2019, which is a decrease of 15.5% compared to last year.
Summer has arrived, but the political backdrop continues to be a distraction to customers with the delay to Brexit, an imminent change of prime minister and the chance of a general election.
Demand for new LCVs increased by 5.4% in May versus May 2018.
Positive news for new and used motorcycle sales, but caution is still advised.
Demand for new LCVs increased by 4.7% in April
How likely is this to affect new and used motorcycle sales?
In the busiest sales month for LCVs, demand for the new 19 plate generated 66,123 registrations, a 10.6% increase versus 2018.
Despite this positive result, dealers reported that demand was not in line with optimistic stock ordering for the 2018 season, with lots of units remaining unsold.
National Caravan Council figures show holiday home production fell 1.1% last year, with 22,367 units produced.
The 2019 season is well underway with key holiday periods approaching fast.
The motorcycle market looks strong, but the true test will be with the analysis of March’s sales in this key plate-change month
Last month, van sales steadied with 14,384 units registered.
Figures released by the National Caravan Council (NCC) show that manufacturers produced 18,986 units between January and October 2018, an increase of 0.5% on the same period in 2017.
Figures released by the National Caravan Council (NCC) show the volume of motorcaravans registered between January and October 2018 were up 3.5% compared to last year.
With 2018 drawing to a close, the best way to describe the year was one of a challenge, with sales failing to live up to expectations. Is 2019 likely to be similar?
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According to figures released by the National Caravan Council (NCC), the cumulative of motorcaravans first registered in June were up 4.2% compared to last year, at 8,552 units.
July 2018 year to date figures released by the National Caravan Council (NCC) show production of 14,208 units, an increase of 4.6% on the same period in 2017.
New motorcycle registrations grow in August whilst the used market remains steady.
It has been a tough year for the touring caravan industry and 2018 has not repeated the same level of success as the last few years.
Sales of new light commercial vehicles increased for the first time since May as 16,394 new vans and pickups hit UK roads for the first time during August.
New truck registrations are down again for the second quarter of 2018.
Following new market growth in June, July results were a little disappointing, whilst used remains buoyant.
Sales of new light commercial vehicles declined -5.9% in July as 23,309 new vans and pickups were registered for the first time.
The HGV Market as a whole is slow at present. Every dealer in the country is searching for the best stock at the best price.
Sales of new light commercial vehicles fell -5.8% in May as 35,182 new light commercial vehicles were registered.
Following a few years of success, the 2018 season has been disappointing.
According to figures released by the National Caravan Council (NCC), first registrations of motorcaravans in April were up 10% compared to last year, at 1,668 units.
Following a significant dip in April, registrations made a small recovery in May.
According to figures released by the National Caravan Council (NCC), as of May 2018, 10,651 units have been produced, which is an increase of 6.3% on the same period in 2017.
Sales of new light commercial vehicles rose by 2.4% in May as 27,639 new light commercial vehicles hit British roads.
Following a year of depressed registrations in 2017, the first quarter of 2018 experienced growth, with year to date totals being 5.8% ahead of last year.
Sales of new light commercial vehicles grew in April as the market continued its topsy-turvy start to 2018.
Registration data released by the Motorcycle Industry Association (MCIA) show 15,118 registrations in March this year, 4.9% ahead of March 2017.
Over the years, the new plate launch in March proves to be a fantastic month with registration really taking off.
According to figures released by the National Caravan Council, as of January 2018, 2,435 units had been produced, which is an increase of 18.7% on the same period in 2017.
According to figures released by the National Caravan Council (NCC), registrations of motorcaravans in January were up 4.3% compared to last year, at 531 units.
With 2018 now well underway, it is the time of year to be thinking about the upcoming summer.
After 2015 exceeded forecasts, it appears 2016 will follow suit.
Weather plays a particularly big role in the motorcycle industry, so climate change is a very important factor to consider.
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Overview of 2016
November logged record-breaking new light commercial vehicle registrations – the most for 20 years.